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Wife's arm is rotting off #7256588
05/02/21 10:41 PM
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Not really, but kinda. A couple days ago one of the nasty cats got out, and my wife went out to shoo it back in. When she grabbed the cat, the foul beast freaked out and clawed her up, and she fell into a thorn bush of some sort. She didn't think much of me t at the time, but woke up the next day with a fever and a red spot the size of a baseball. She went to the doctor and she's on two antibiotics, but it keeps getting bigger and nastier. She's going to have to go back to the doctor in the morning, and likely get put on IV antibiotics. Nasty stuff. She could use prayers.

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Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7256596
05/02/21 10:53 PM
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Looks bad

Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7256598
05/02/21 10:57 PM
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I wouldn't wait until morning.


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Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7256603
05/02/21 11:00 PM
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Sumner, Mo.
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If youíre short on .22 shells Iíll send you one with that cats name on it...........

Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7256604
05/02/21 11:02 PM
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Praying

Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7256606
05/02/21 11:07 PM
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Waterville Minnesota
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How's she doing?


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Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7256607
05/02/21 11:10 PM
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Nebraska, Dawson County
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Cat scratch fever is a REAL THING.

Blood poisoning as well.

Get her to the hospital NOW.

Prayers sent.



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Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7256609
05/02/21 11:10 PM
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Had a buddy that caught the flesh eating disease from a new made in China workboot.
They marked his foot (like your wife) and waited a few hours to see if the inflamation/discolouration was progress ing and how fast.
They noticed it progressing and put my buddy on IV antibiotics and that got it under control.
He completely recovered with no lasting effects.
It looks like the inflamation is not progressing past the marks on her arm.
God bless for full recovery.

Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7256613
05/02/21 11:23 PM
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I hope your wife gets better real soon.


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Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7256617
05/02/21 11:40 PM
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That looks nasty....


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Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7256620
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If I were in your shoes I would not wait until tomorrow.

Good luck!

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Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: chas3457] #7256631
05/03/21 01:12 AM
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Originally Posted by chas3457
Cat scratch fever is a REAL THING.

Blood poisoning as well.

Get her to the hospital NOW.

Prayers sent.



Charlie

X2 !

Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7256640
05/03/21 04:35 AM
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Saying prayers for her. Hope all goes well today


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Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7256651
05/03/21 05:53 AM
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praying ,

Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: Trapper Dahlgren] #7256654
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Hope all goes well

Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7256674
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I have to agree, get her to the hospital right now! Nothing to fool with.


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Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7256684
05/03/21 07:23 AM
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If anything even begins to look "not good," the docs are gonna hook her up - to some IV meds. Pseudomonas aeruginosa and MRSA are no light matter.


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Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7256694
05/03/21 07:49 AM
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Looks very serious. I hope she can make a complete and rapid recovery. Was it caused from the cat scratches or the thorns?


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Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7256702
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Hope she's doing better and still alive and well. I'd find a nice place in the garden for the cat!

Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: chas3457] #7256713
05/03/21 08:44 AM
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Originally Posted by chas3457
Cat scratch fever is a REAL THING.

Blood poisoning as well.

Get her to the hospital NOW.

Prayers sent.



Charlie

My brother contracted "Cat Scratch Fever". I remember he said his lymph nodes swelled quite a bit.

Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7256715
05/03/21 08:48 AM
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God be with her.

Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7256719
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It's blood poisoning most likely

Did you get her in to the hospital again?


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Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7256770
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It's lookinga a little better maybe today, but she still doesn't feel very good. She's headed to the urgent care shortly.

Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7256774
05/03/21 10:50 AM
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Not good I hope they get this under control for her.

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Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7256892
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My Ma had this happen to her a few year ago. She was trying to give a cat some antibiotics and it latched onto her hand. Their saliva has some nasty bacteria, and she got a real bad infection. She ended up spending a few days in the hospital on IV antibiotics. They had to crosscut her hand and stuff the cuts with gauze to keep the puss draining. It looked like hamburger.

Best get her to the doctor right away.
Prayers sent...

Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7256893
05/03/21 03:58 PM
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Hope your wife is doing better. If she hasn't already sought medical intervention, take her immediately!


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Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7256896
05/03/21 04:03 PM
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Province of Ontario, Canada
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Hope all goes well...prayers sent.

Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7256900
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If she was bitten, rabies shots are in order.

Please tell me you at least killed off all the cats.

Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7256909
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Got bit through the knuckle from my daughters cat when I picked it up...cause it was in a too public of a spot for my intentions..
within an hour that finger swelled up like a hotdog, antibiotics finally stopped it but it took awhile...plus, i had to quarantine the darn cat cause bites get reported here....
I would keep a close eye on that infection, things can go bad way faster then imaginable

Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7256916
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The doc says her blood work is fine, so even though it looks nasty, just let the antibiotics do it's thing for now and keep an eye on it. Not getting any bigger at least.

Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7256917
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good news , glad for you

Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7256918
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Had that after a back surgery. Best Wishes and prayers.


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Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: bhugo] #7256975
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Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7256994
05/03/21 07:43 PM
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She was probably allergic to that Bush and it's a allergic reaction.

Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: gutthooked] #7257014
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Originally Posted by gutthooked
She was probably allergic to that Bush and it's a allergic reaction.



That would be my guess also. Disclaimer, I am not a doctor nor do I play one on TV.

Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7257044
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Glad to hear she is getting better!


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Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7257047
05/03/21 08:41 PM
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Michigan, Alpena County
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Hang in there. Best wishes to both of you!

Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7257049
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Only seen one case personally. A cat bit mom on top of her hand and within an hour she had infection symptoms and a fever. Mom was in her 90s. Happened at a beauty parlor where a cat was not supposed to be inside.

Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7257051
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Hoping and Praying for a Speedy Recovery!

Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7257092
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Reading the initial post, I think the thorn bush got her, not the cat. I do not cat scratch fever is real because one of my kids got it when they were young, and we didnít even have a cat.
We now have a cat and she bites me daily, but never really breaks the skin and rarely draws blood.

Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7257094
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Looks like the thorns got her good.Good luck ole boy to you and her.Looks like that smarts.

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Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7257117
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It wasn't a pyracantha bush was it? If so, it looks like the thorns went deep. "Pyracantha is Latin for "Fire Thorn". They will cause what your wife is experiencing. They have an irritant which really lights you up. Combine that with multiple, deep puncture wounds and your tissue tends to freak out.
I am praying that it is the thorn and not from the cat.

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Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7257191
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I hate cats!! Hope your wife recovers quickly. And if it was the bush that broke her out I'd still blame the furball

Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7257290
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Wow ! Poor thing ...


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Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7257313
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Sent with prayer for a complicate recovery.


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Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: gutthooked] #7257378
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Originally Posted by gutthooked
She was probably allergic to that Bush and it's a allergic reaction.

i seriously doubt that. Cat bites and scratches are nasty and can easily kill you. My wife works at the hospital and a couple times a year they always get usually a lady that got stratched or nipped by a cat and its always bad business. Those pics look serious. I have had MRSA a couple times a long time ago back in basic training. it looks similar in the beginning.


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Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7257400
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My wife was bitten by a stray cat that she foolishly picked up. She got a nasty infection, had to undergo rabies shots, and took lots of antibiotics. She's fine, but it was touch and go for a while.
Hopefully, everything will go well for your wife and she makes a quick recovery. Prayers sent.


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Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7257482
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I pray for your wife. The only good cat is a dead one!

Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7257498
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wow not good.

Bush or cat scratch got her?

Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7257501
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Wish her luck. Prayers sent

Re: Wife's arm is rotting off [Re: loosegoose] #7257507
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Glad she is doing better.
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